Episodes of the old-time radio series "Philip Morris Playhouse". favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Old Time Radio, Philip Morris Playhouse, Philip Morris on Broadway, Philip Morris
Original videos of Dr. Alan Blum interviewing participants at a Philip Morris sponsored career fair on the campus of The University of Alabama. Topics: Top Items, Philip Morris, Employment, Universities
A public relations from Philip Morris, "Playing It Safe" Used in the online exhibition "Big Tobacco in the Big Apple" Center for the Study of Tobacco and Society All rights belong to their respective owners. Used for educational purposes under Fair Use provisions. Topics: BTBA, CSTS, Smoking, Arts, Philip Morris
Robert Proctor Education. (2013) BookTV at Standford University Robert Proctor, 'Golden Holocaust Origins of the Cigarette Catastrophe and the Case for Abolition.' Topics: spain, philip morris, proctor, robert proctor Source: Comcast Cable
This week, we look at why we should pity the oil industry, how invasion of privacy is sold as a good thing, and kids fighting back. In "Six Degrees of Spin and Fakin'," we look at Philip Morris's ability to see into the future. Topics: Philip Morris, smoking, Hollywood, menthol, Charter Communications, American Petroleum Institute
On September 22, 1999, the United States brought this massive lawsuit against nine cigarette manufacturers of cigarettes and two tobacco-related trade organizations. The Government alleged that Defendants have violated, and continue to violate, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act ("RICO"), 18 U.S.C. §§ 1961-1968, by engaging in a lengthy, unlawful conspiracy to deceive the American public about the health effects of smoking and environmental tobacco smoke, the... Topics: Cigarettes, Philip Morris, RICO, Conspiracy, Cancer, Lung Cancer
In this entry, Dr. Blum discusses the early use of diversification of the tobacco industry. He uses 7 Up and Philip Morris as his primary example. Topics: Philip Morris, Diversification, 7Up, 7-Up, Diversification, tobacco
Movies and Money; News/Business. Angie Miles. (2013) The economy and the film industry. New. (CC) (Stereo) Topics: yellen, devon, toyota, gm, tesla, new york, philip morris, porsche, janet yellen Source: Comcast Cable
Depiction of corporate produced videos from Phillip Morris spanning differing eras and covering a variety of topics including foreign promotion, public service announcement, and corporate goodwill videos discussing their philanthropic efforts. Topics: Top Items, Philip Morris, Corporate videos, Public service announcement, Advertising, Arts...
Sentimental Punk #12: Its one Year on Kottisoundscapes! Every 11 of the month Sentimental Punk presents a selection of structuralist & avant-garde filmmakers. Every 11 of the month Sentimental Punk invites 2 sound artists to interpret the films. * 20 Hs. Live Soundtrack : Seamus O'Donnell&Philip Morris of Salon Bruit and ColaBoraDio, tinkering their selected objects in a randomised orderly fashion. salonbruit.org lifeloop.org * 21 Hs. Live Soundtrack : Elena Kakaliagou... Topics: ColaborRadio, Knifeloop, Seamus O´Donell, Philip Morris, Salon Bruit, Elena Kakaliagou,...
Karen Paget, contributing editor to The American Prospect, discusses her book, ``Patriotic Betrayal.'' Topics: hsbc, langston hughes, vietnam, philip morris, mr. lewis, new york, england, obama Source: Comcast Cable
News/Business. Cynthia McFadden, Terry Moran, Bill Weir. (2012) New. (CC) Topics: indonesia, skomo, philip morris, unitedhealthcare insurance company, sundar, ford, dan harris,... Source: Comcast Cable
The decline of the U.S. tobacco industry in 1989 prompted farmers to explore crop substitutes and alternative livelihoods. A tobacco farmer in Wisconsin discusses llama and ostrich farming, and cut flowers to replace tobacco. Topics: tobacco, diversification, alternative crops, Philip Morris, farming, tobacco industry, tobacco...
WHO REALLY OWNS OUR DEMOCRACY? According to Jim Hightower's Lowdown, the answer is CORPORATIONS. Daniel Noel's special editorial on the topic lays out the problem in graphic (and sometimes painfully funny) detail. He explains how the same companies that have made ghost towns of our town centers are fueling anti-environmental, anti-labor political candidates and ideology. The solution, he argues, is two-part: Boycott the partisan firms that are bribing their way into the political sphere, and... Topics: corporations, Philip Morris, Marlboro Man, Coca-Cola, Kraft, boycott, campaign finance, lobbying
After a decade of effort on Capitol Hill, Congress has approved and President Obama has signed into law a bill giving the Food and Drug Administration the authority to regulate tobacco products. It's a move that has a lot of implications for the industry and for public health policy. Joining us to discuss these implications is Dr. Corinne G. Husten, Partnership for Prevention's Executive Vice President and former Director of the CDC's Office on Smoking and Health. Topics: Partnership for Prevention, tobacco smoking, cigarettes, Philip Morris, FDA, Congress regulation,...
Prominent options traders take part in a roundtable discussion aimed at explaining how to profit via options. Topics: dan, exxon, steve, tim, s&p, jj, jpmorgan, philip morris, pepsi Source: Comcast Cable
News/Business. Interviews with leaders from politics, the media, education and technology. Topics: fda, virginia, philip morris, new york, richmond, washington, australia, mr. campbell Source: Comcast Cable
This week, we look at the type of attacks Barack Obama can expect, PR firms' involvement in the crisis in Zimbabwe, and cross marketing of bottled water and video games. In "Six Degrees of Spin and Fakin'," we look at the client list of global marketing giant Young and Rubicam. Topics: Zimbabwe, Philip Morris, Barack Obama, John McCain, Swift Boat Veterans for Truth
Prominent options traders take part in a roundtable discussion aimed at explaining how to profit via options. Topics: medicare, jerry, melissa, tim, steve, dan, cal, melissa, julia boorstin, philip morris, yellen Source: Comcast Cable
Robert Proctor Education. (2013) BookTV at Standford University Robert Proctor, 'Golden Holocaust Origins of the Cigarette Catastrophe and the Case for Abolition.' Topics: marshall, philip morris, david petraeus, matthew ridgway, stanford university, robert proctor Source: Comcast Cable
3 minute video on searching the Legacy Tobacco Documents Library at the University of California, San Francisco: http://legacy.library.ucsf.edu Topics: cigarettes, tobacco, philip morris, altria, big tobacco, tobacco control, public health, advocacy
Tobacco industry executives' quotes reveal corporate interest to hook children and people of color on tobacco. Topics: cigarettes, tobacco, big tobacco, Philip Morris, Altria, public health, tobacco control,...
Thangata (verb) A chinyanja term that means to help; to assist Thangata (noun) A system of force labor in tobacco and other cash crops imposed by the British colonialists in Malawi Thangata (today) A system of debt slavery in countries like Malawi that produces profits for Philip Morris (a.k.a. Altria) and other tobacco companies Topics: cigarettes, tobaccco, big tobacco, Philip Morris, Altria, Malawi, Africa, tobacco control, public...
Decrease Your Risk of Developing Leading Cancers More than 100,000 new cases of cancer are diagnosed in California each year. The American Cancer Society claims many cancer related deaths are preventable. Host Jeffrey Callison speaks with physicians, nutritionists, and public heath experts about how to decrease your risk of developing leading cancers. Also joining Jeffrey: Former Philip Morris researcher and tobacco whistle-blower Dr. Victor DeNoble. Kassy Perry, the Sacramentan who launched... Topics: KXJZ, Insight, Sacramento, public radio, Capital Public Radio, cancer, Philip Morris, Dr. Victor...
Prominent options traders take part in a roundtable discussion aimed at explaining how to profit via options. Topics: tim, exxon, pepsi, steve, s&p, cize, dan, jpmorgan, philip morris Source: Comcast Cable
'Racket Squad' episode 'Check and double check' from Sep. 4, 1952. Warning: This program contains cigarette commercials from Philip Morris! Topics: Classic TV, 50's Television, 1950's, Crime show, CBS, Racket Squad, Philip Morris, 1952
Ros Atkins with an innovative take on the latest global stories. Also in HD. [S] Topics: china, mosul, uk, iraq, russian, europe, islamic state, eu, trump, australia, eu, iraqi, brexit,... Source: Antenna
Tobacco companies confuse and weaken efforts to find substitute crops and alternative livelihoods to tobacco. Topics: tobacco, cigarette, big tobacco, crops, alternatives, British American Tobacco, Philip Morris,...
Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) discusses U.S. trade policy, splits among both Democratic and Republican Senators, as well as regulation of Wall Street financial institutions and the future of the Dodd-Frank law. Topics: brown, china, nafta, fasttrack, australia, clinton, nafta, ohio, philip morris, mitch mcconnell,... Source: Comcast Cable